#1
I've been playing guitar for a while now but I've always played rhythm and never really ventured very far into lead guitar so I've decided to practice a few solos this summer to make myself a more accomplished guitarist.

Now, In "I believe in a thing called love" by The Darkness I'm having trouble with the second solo and this kinda technique has come up in a few things I've tried to learn. I think it would be a great help if I could learn how to easily do these kinda things.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sRYNYb30nxU
at 2:22 it is

This part:

P
E-9-7----P---P----------------------------------E
B-------9-7-9-7---P-----P-----------------------B
G---------------11-9--11-9----9-----9---------G
D-----------------------------11---15^---14---D
A--------------------------------------------------A
E--------------------------------------------------E

What are some daily practices I can do and gradually build up the speed of it that will get me doing this kinda thing?

Thanks,
#2
Well playing that never hurt. You want to practice to play that by practicing other stuff?
Just use a metronome nice and slow like 60% speed and get it perfect. Play it perfect 20 times then add speed. Rinse, repeat.
#3
Yeah, I just thought there might be something I could practice to make it easier to play this kinda stuff. I thought just practicing that part alone might make it hard to apply it to other solo's and stuff.

So you'd literally just rinse this little part until it becomes fluent?
#4
I for one would first of all instead of the 15 and 14 fret on the D string would play the 10th and 9th fret on the G string (exactly the same note, just in an easier to reach spot)
as for the rest, take it slow and practice
#5
i practice hammer ons and pull offs by playing scales to a metronome